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More museums reopen in Memphis

by The 100 Companies
More museums reopen in Memphis

Memphis museums offer something for everyone, and with many of them gradually reopening you can plan a day out with the family or all on your own.

National Civil Rights Museum: Attendance is limited, so plan ahead and book online.
• A Tour of Possibilities: Spend an afternoon soaking up African Americans’ cultural contributions to Memphis.
Withers Collection Gallery: A must if you love Memphis and photography – appointment only.
Edge Motor Museum: Learn how the American sports car became an unparalleled icon.
• Metal Museum: Dedicated to the art of fine metalworking, it’s the only one of its kind in the States.

–  The 100 Companies staff

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Carolyn Michael-Banks November 10, 2020 - 6:19 pm

Thank you for listing A Tour of Possibilities. We are excited about sharing the richness of Memphis’ history with visitors and residents alike!

Cecil Tomlinson November 11, 2020 - 11:08 am

The Metal Museum is a real hidden gem in Memphis. I’ve been there several times through the years and always find something new. They have a permanent exhibit and also traveling exhibits. They host repair days and do custom work. Normally one can enter the shop at the back of the property and see artists working on different projects, one can get an idea of what is behind making metal art or in my case, having an 80 year old outside large copper lantern repaired. Its located on the grounds of the old Mariner’s Hospital which is another piece of Memphis History and across the street from Chickasaw Heritage park, home to a burial mound.

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